|Blue Steele Orch-01-10 - Blue Steele Orchestra|
Noises from worn 1920s 78 rpm records have been reduced compliments of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keywords: Gloria Swanson
|Indiscreet - Lew Brown, Buddy G. DeSylva, Ray Henderson|
On New Year's Eve, Geraldine Trent (Gloria Swanson) decides to break up with her boyfriend Jim Woodward (Monroe Owsley), having finally grown tired of his dishonesty and his infidelities. Soon afterward, Geraldine meets and falls in love with novelist Anthony Blake (Ben Lyon). Blake knows that she has had a man in her past, but he is content as long as he never finds out who it was. All seems well until her sister Joan (Barbara Kent) returns from a trip, and happily introduces Woodward as the ne...
Keywords: Drama; Musical; Romance; Gloria Swanson
Downloads: 14,106 (3 reviews)
|SUNSET BOULEVARD starring GLORIA SWANSON and WILLIAM HOLDEN - PHIL BINSTEAD|
LONG DELETED SERIES No:4 RECORDED FROM A 33rpm LP ISSUED 40 PLUS YEARS AGO. THIS IS THE BEST OF LUX RADIO PRESENTS, SUNSET BOULEVARD WAS BROADCAST ON SEPTEMBER 17th 1951 OVER THE CBS RADIO NETWORK.
Keywords: SUNSET BOULEVARD; GLORIA SWANSON; WILLIAM HOLDEN
|Gloria Swanson Collection 1929-1933 (COMPLETE) - popularjazzarchive.blogspot.com|
If you enjoy this complete collection please consider helping our other 1920's and 1930's artists projects. You can find a list of projects that are incomplete at: Incomplete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists For a list of our already complete collections of 1920's and 1930's artists see: Complete Discographies of 1920's 1930's Artists Complete Collection of Gloria Swanson Vocal Recordings 1929-1933 This collection contains: * COME TO ME - Brunswick 6127/6167 * I LOVE YOU SO MUCH - Victor 2...
Keywords: Gloria Swanson; 78rpm; PJA-Complete
|Gloria Swanson 1916 - Psique66|
The Danger Girl 1916 Gloria Swanson disguises herself as a man to seduce a vamp away from her boyfriend (Bobby Vernon). http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0006562/
Keywords: Gloria Swanson Silent Short 1916 comedy Crossdresser
Downloads: 3,500 (1 review)
|Oh Humans - a nouvelles vaginas production 2011|
How Danger Girl wins over Batman and Marilyn Monroe looks at you the ovidish kind of way
Keywords: Gloria Swanson Marilyn Monroe Batman Metamorphosis Fight Anger Love
|The Affairs of Anatol (1921)|
A videoclip from the 1921 silent film.... The Affairs of Anatol starring Gloria Swanson and Lillian Gish
Keywords: Gloria Swanson; The Affairs of Anatol; Lillian Gish; 1921
Downloads: 1,121 (1 review)
|MALE AND FEMALE ( 1919) Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan, Lila Lee, Dir. By Cecil B. De Mille - William Thomas Sherman, email@example.com, http://www.mn-hp.com|
MALE AND FEMALE (1919) Starring: Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan, Lila Lee, Theodore Roberts, Bebe Daniels, Raymond Hatton Produced and Directed by Cecil B. DeMilleFamous PlayersWilliam Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.mn-hp.com
Keywords: Gloria Swanson; Thomas Meighan; Lila Lee; Bebe Daniels
|SUNSET BOULEVARD trailer|
"Alright, Mr DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."
Keywords: movie trailers; dramas; film noir; Hollywood; William Holden; Gloria Swanson
|THE DANGER GIRL ( 1916) Gloria Swanson, Bobby Vernon - William Thomas Sherman, email@example.com, http://www.mn-hp.com|
THE DANGER GIRL (1916) Starring: Gloria Swanson, Bobby VernonDirected by Clarence G. BadgerProduced by Mack SennettTriangle-Keystone Film CorporationWilliam Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.mn-hp.com
Keywords: Gloria Swanson; Bobby Vernon; Mack Sennett; Clarence Badger; Keystone Film Company
|Where the Jazz God Plays - Olive Paige|
"Where the Jazz God Plays: or, The Feverish Life of a Movie Star" was written by "Olive Paige" and serialized in Movie Weekly (Aug. 12, 19, 26) in 1922.
Keywords: motion pictures; Gloria Swanson; Marguerite Borden Head; Zuella Sterling; Frank Urson; Peggy Urson
|"The Sultan's Wife"  - Clarence G. Badger|
This two reel comedy is not a great film but does feature a young Gloria Swanson, Teddy the Keystone Dog and historically significant "being the very last comedy produced under the Keystone banner." An IMDb reviewer, drednm, wrote... Typical no-plot comedy short from 1917 boasts the great Gloria Swanson as a teenager yachting to India with her family and beau, Bobby Vernon. While ashore they run into trouble and Gloria is kidnapped by the Rajah...
Keywords: Bobby Vernon; Clarence G. Badger; comedy; Gloria Swanson; silent film; Teddy the Keystone Dog
|Early TV: The Ed Wynn Show (25 March 1950, Episode 27)|
An episode of the short-lived early TV comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". Like many early variety shows, this program has elements of both Vaudeville & Radio. Guests in this episode include Gloria Swanson. Picture quality is sloppy due to bad source material.
Keywords: 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; TV; Television; Classic TV; Classic Television; Variety Series; Gloria Swanson; Ed Wynn
Downloads: 1,753 (3 reviews)
|Screenland, Oct. 1923|
Vol. VIII, No. 1. October 1923. Publisher: Screenland Inc., Cooperstown, N.Y.
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Rudolph Valentino; John Held Jr; Robert E. Sherwood; Frederick James Smith; Harriette Underhill; Gloria Swanson; Olga Petrova
|Morning Telegraph (Louella Parsons) September-December 1923|
Publisher: The Lewis Publishing Co., New York City. These are pages containing columns or articles written by Louella O. Parsons, and published in The Morning Telegraph between September-December 1923. These were the final columns by Parsons for the Morning Telegraph before she went to work for Hearst's New York American.
Keywords: Motion Pictures; Louella O. Parsons; Lon Chaney; Jetta Goudal; Lillian Clarke; Tom Terriss; Gloria Swanson; Rita Weiman; David Wark Griffith; Ralph Graves; Sig Schlager; E. H. Griffith; Henry Otto; Flora Le Breton; Mitzi May; Theodore Roberts; William DeMille
|OTRAAwards - PDGazette|
This is a collection of most of the Academy Award-winning films adapted to radio by Lux Theater between 1935 and 1955 when it sadly ceased production in America. The focus here is on awards given for best film, director, lead or supporting actor, or screenplay. Source of these files is Archive's Old-Time Radio section. Also included are other old-time radio production sources of future award winners -- NBC University Theater (Howards End, The Grapes of Wrath, et al), and appropriately, Academy A...
Keywords: OTR; Academy Award; Lux Theater; NBC University Theater; Cary Grant; Claudette Colbert; Bette Davis; Ingrid Bergman; Walter Huston; Humphrey Bogart; Olivia De Havilland; Gloria Swanson; William Holden; Linda Darnell; James Stewart; Rosalind Russell
|Picture-Play Magazine, Jan. 1922|
Vol. XV, No. 5. January 1922. Publisher: Street & Smith Corp., New York City Missing pages 37-38, plus a few cuts in other pages.
Keywords: motion picture; movie fan magazine; Pauline Frederick; Dorothy Gish; Elaine Hammerstein; William S. Hart; Maude George; Richard Barthelmess; Tom Mix; Gloria Swanson; Col. William N. Selig; Dorothy Davenport Reid; Charles Hutchinson
|Filmplay Journal, Aug. 1921|
Vol. I, No. 2. August 1921. Publisher: The Magazine Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind.
Keywords: Richard Dix; Mary Pickford; Louise Fazenda; John Henry Jr; Bernard Randall; Helene Chadwick; Del Andrews; Anetha Getwell; Virginia Valli; Raymond Hatton; Anna Q. Nilsson; Tom Mix; Wesley Barry; Gloria Swanson; Herbert Howe; Harriette Underhill; Hunt Stromberg; Edythe Chapman; John Emerson; Howard Irving Young; Jessie Niles Burness
|Morning Telegraph, Jan.-Apr. 1922 (Louella Parsons)|
Publisher: The Lewis Publishing Co., New York City. These are pages containing columns or articles written by Louella O. Parsons, and published in The Morning Telegraph between January-April 1922.
Keywords: Motion Pictures; Louella O. Parsons; Ernst Lubitsch; Emil Shauer; Jane Murfin; Harold Lloyd; Ralph Ince; Adolph Zukor; Harry Rapf; Monte Blue; Ferdinand Pinney Earle; Ann Forrest; William De Mille; Richard Walton Tully; Alice Duer Miller; Elise Cohen; Addie Harrill; Gloria Swanson; Samuel Gompers; Mary Anderson; James Walker
|The Voice of The Army - WA4CZD|
The Voice of the Army was produced by the U.S. Army Recruiting Publicity Bureau. Dates are approximate. "Names on the List" was written by Cpl. Jacques Finke and Cpl. Donald Agger, and won an Ohio State Citation in 1945. 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 213 Names on the List Helen Hayes.mp3 1944-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 214 Hospital Train Helen Hayes.mp3 1945-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 269 Report Number B-129 Frank Lovejoy.mp3 1946-xx-xx AFRS Voice of the Army 303 Killroy Was Here Arnold ...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Old Time Radio; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Bill Stern; Ethel Smith; Bob Thomas; Hugh Herbert; Hal McIntyre; Fred Waring; Dorothy Gish; Sonny Tufts; Peggy Ann Garner; Rise Stevens; Arthur Treacher; Margaret Whiting; Nat King Cole; John Dall; Adolph Menjou; John Hodiak; Jimmy Stewart; Alice Marble; Murrow, Edward R., 1908-1965; Milton Cross; Henry Fonda; Gloria Swanson; Robert Sterling; Arlene Francis; De Marco Sisters; Johnny Desmond; Arnold Strang; Tex McCrary; Helen Hayes; Frank Lovejoy; Pat O'brien; WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Recruiting & Enlistment
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